From the Greater Androscoggin Humane Society.
Meet some of our new arrivals this Saturday. We will have new dogs, puppies, kittens and cats available for adoption!! Stop by and see them, and maybe take a new friend home for the Holidays!!
I’ve been involved with the Greater Androscoggin Humane Society in some fashion or another for decades, mostly by adopting our cats and dogs from them. They’ve always been amazing, and clearly work very hard on behalf of the animals. And their adoption numbers are huge! People line up for hours in advance some days, just to be the first people in line to adopt.
Support… volunteer… donate!
From Maine Lab Rescue’s Facebook page. (We love Maine Lab Rescue; we’ve fostered for them many times, and our own Millie is a “Foster Failure”… I couldn’t bear to let her go once she came to stay with us!)
We’ll try to post updates from other rescues here, too.
*** SOUTHERN/CENTRAL MAINE FOSTERS NEEDED ***
Many of our regular followers will remember the litter of pups we took that were listed as “Free on Craig’s List” in early November.
Honey Lynn, one of our regular fosters in Macon, was ready for her next foster when we found these pups. Immediately she went over and took one pup; it looked like that might be all we could get of the eight.
Coincidentally, while chatting with another foster, Teresa, about the pups she was sending up that same week, she asked what we had for her next. We sent her the link, which said free pups listed on CL.
Her immediate response was “I’ll take them. I hate to think what could happen to them.”
Our goals were to make sure they were kept out of the shelter system, and out of the clutches of anyone considering them for bait dogs. Hunter (not shown here), Honey Lynn’s foster, arrived last weekend and is already adoption pending.
This weekend his siblings arrive, they are in need of foster homes.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help.
*** ADOPTION EVENT ***
PLEASE SHARE: Join them on Saturday, December 14th at Pet Quarters, 486 Payne Rd, Scarborough, ME for an adoption event.
They’ll be on site from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. Meet the Maine Lab Rescue volunteers, learn more about fostering and meet their available pets!
My husband and I have fostered through Maine Lab Rescue, and are what’s known as “foster failures”… we adopted one of the foster pups! (She’s absolutely the best dog I’ve ever lived with!)
We can’t say enough good things about Maine Lab Rescue!
Maine Lab Rescue is not for labs only… and they rescue cats, too!